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Making Games Fun For Everyone

Top “problems” when playing games… Too young… it’s ok to adapt the game to include everyone. Depending on the game and it’s rules here are some ways to adapt games to help the youngest players have fun… Have the youngest players show their hands. Give the youngest […]

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Learning Leaf’s Top 10 Games for Your Family to Play

Sequence – https://www.theboardgamefamily.com/2010/08/sequence-a-must-have-family-game/ 2. Golf (played with a deck of cards)/Play Nine – https://bicyclecards.com/how-to-play/six-card-golf/ https://playnine.com/ 3. 4-Way Shut the Box/Countdown – https://www.universitygames.com/games/classic/4waypla 4. Jumanji – https://www.ultraboardgames.com/jumanji/game-rules.php 5. Spot It – https://www.spotitgame.com/ 6. Labyrinth – https://www.ravensburger.org/uk/discover/family-games-collection/labyrinth/index.html 7. Ruckus – https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/19046/ruckus 8. Speedy Words – https://foxmind.com/games/speedy-words/ For the older […]

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Learning Leaf to Host 2nd Annual Children’s Business Fair

Observe the opportunity for children to launch their very own startup business! Kids develop a brand, create a product or service, build a marketing strategy, and then open for customers at our one-day marketplace. We are hoping to double last year’s booths so we will host around […]

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Alternative Study Guides

Does your child seem to put hours into studying for a test, but the end result is a not so good grade on the test? Typical scenario: student is given a study guide, they look up the answers to the questions, and then spend time reading what they wrote […]

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Teaching Abroad – An American Perspective of Korean Education

International Education Series By: Sophia Viglione When you travel, you tend to meet other travelers: it’s arguably the best part of exploring a new place. I found this to be true when I met other Americans while teaching in Italy. After our time in Italian classrooms, one […]

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Maximize Interest and Increase Student Engagement

By: Sophia Viglione Out the window. That is where I remember staring longingly as the teachers of my youth droned on about seemingly useless information in the classroom. The things that I liked were out the window: grass, the sun, my bike, ice cream trucks, my neighborhood—and so […]

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Summer Tutoring Leads to Success

By: Sophia Viglione   In the 5th grade, my best friend at school moved away suddenly when her father got a new job. This experience caused enough distraction that I fell behind in math during the remainder of 5th grade. My mom took note of my slipping […]

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